TCTH vows to uncover prosecutorial 'fraud' in George Zimmerman case

The popular right-of-center blog plans to request documents from the State of Florida, among other things. Photo: Associated Press

FLORIDA, July 13, 2013 — A jury of six women has been left to deliberate the fate of George Zimmerman.

The neighborhood watch captain is accused of murdering Trayvon Martin, an unarmed seventeen-year-old. Zimmerman shot the teen early last year in a Sanford, Florida gated community.


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The shooting’s aftermath has brought new focus to America’s longstanding history of racial tensions, specifically between blacks and non-blacks.   

Various observers claim these tensions were manipulated for financial gain by very powerful people; namely a select clique of social activists and attorneys. This manipulation supposedly led to charges being filed against Zimmerman.

Sundance, who writes for The Conservative Tree House, a widely-read blog which features extremely detailed coverage of the Martin shooting’s aftermath, had much to say about the matter in an interview published earlier this week.

“How could Sybrina Fulton be approved for a crime victims relief fund (March 29th) prior to anyone identifying whether a crime was committed?” Sundance asks. “George Zimmerman was not arrested until April 11th.


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“The answer is simply political influence via Florida Attorney General Pam Bondi.

“Bondi has been a key part of the scheme to enrich her race-motivated friends, Benjamin Crump and Daryl Parks – Trayvon family attorneys, from the beginning. 

“Pam Bondi has a long-standing personal and professional relationship with Benjamin Crump from her prior work in the Martin Lee Anderson wrongful death case.

“Bondi was State prosecutor and Crump was the Anderson family attorney who sued the State and County governments for $7.4 million on behalf of his client, Mrs. Anderson (Martin’s mother).

“It was Pam Bondi, who in March of 2012 used her position as AG to convince Governor Rick Scott to appoint her friend, and Attorney General 2010 campaign chair, Angela Corey, to prosecute George Zimmerman.

“The goal was appeasement of the institutional race-baiting class of Seminole County NAACP board member, and Trayvon family attorney Natalie Jackson, along with her friends Benjamin Crump and Daryl Parks who were chasing the financial rewards for Sybrina Fulton and Tracy Martin, TrayParents™.

Yesterday, Sundance announced that “after verdict [TCTH] will be able to go to places we have reserved out of respect and prudence. The Defense team obviously has taken the position of staying down range from the media until the verdict is announced. We will not do, or say, anything to undercut that position.”

He later elaborated that “(w)e will be following up on over two dozen major case constructs, which we have specific research back story already assembled, to find out answers to the fraud itself. Indeed the entire prosecution team will know us even better in the coming months as we file Sunshine Law records requests to reveal their scheme. But that is for another day.”

Yet another surprising turn in the maze of events which has developed in the wake of Trayvon martin’s death.


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Joseph Cotto

Joseph F. Cotto is a social journalist by trade and student of history by lifestyle choice. He hails from central Florida, writing about political, economic, and social issues of the day. In the past, he was a contributor to Blogcritics Magazine, among other publications. He is currently at work on a book about American society.

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